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Video games: Europe’s fastest growing cultural and creative industry

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Join us as we discuss key facts about Europe’s fastest growing cultural and creative industries, the video games industry

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Europe’s video games associations ISFE (Interactive Software Federation of Europe), and EGDF (European Games Developer Federation) are pleased to present a concise and complete picture of Europe’s video games sector to date.

Join us as we explore the video games industry’s makeup, who the European video game player is and the European employee base. We'll also look at the industry's efforts to create jobs and launch new content and products during this historic year. We will also look at Europe as the hotbed of incredible talent and creativity, which can be leveraged, showcased, and nurtured, and one which is essential when developing a one-of-a-kind, complex and interactive game.

Hear from ISFE Chairman Olaf Coenen, EGDF VP, Andreea Medvedovici Per and Ipsos MORI Research Director Eduardo Mena, as we share how video games are Europe’s fastest growing cultural and creative industry.

About Interactive Software Federation of Europe (ISFE):

ISFE represents the video games industry in Europe and is based in Brussels, Belgium. Our membership comprises national trade associations in 18 countries across Europe which represent in turn thousands of developers and publishers at national level. ISFE also has as direct members the leading European and international video game companies. Since 1998, ISFE has ensured that the voice of a responsible games ecosystem is heard and understood, that its creative and economic potential is supported and celebrated, and that players around the world continue to enjoy great video game playing experiences. Find out more at www.isfe.eu

About European Games Developer Federation (EGDF):

The European Games Developer Federation represents games studios based in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Malta, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, Turkey and the United Kingdom, which together employ over 40,000 people. Find out more at www.egdf.eu


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